#WhatAreYouDoing is our campaign to raise awareness about sexual and domestic abuse in young people’s relationships. The film shows that we can all play a part in preventing sexual and domestic violence and abuse.

Anyone can be a victim of domestic or sexual violence and abuse, regardless of gender, age or background.

On this site, you will find links to support services for people experiencing abuse and for those concerned about their own behaviour.

If you are in immediate danger or need urgent medical attention, please call 999

“Know that you can go to someone with your problems and feelings and that you’re not going to be judged and they are here to help you”
A message from our research with young survivors of sexual abuse

If you, or someone you know, has experienced domestic abuse, dating violence, or sexual violence and abuse, there are services available to listen to and support you.

You do not need to report to the police to receive support

If you are concerned that you have used behaviours like those depicted in the film, there are services available to listen to and support you

This image shows the logos of the six organisations involved in the project: Coventry University, Coventry City of Culture, Coventry City Council, Coventry Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre, Coventry Haven Women's Aid, the National Institute for Health and Care Research, and the logo for the Mesarch study, which looks at the support provided by Sexual Assault Referral Centres, and was the origin of the idea for this project.

The MESARCH project is funded by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Health and Social Care Delivery Research programme (16/117/04). The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care